April 21 Program: Guide to Pikes Peak Writers Conference


Tuesday, April 21, 6:30-8:30 p.m.

Location: Cottonwood Artist’s School. Note New Address: Their new address
is 427 E. Colorado Ave., Colorado Springs. (East of Wahsach St. Park on
the east side in the large parking lot. The workshops will be downstairs in
Studio A.)

Write Brain sessions are free to Pikes Peak members. Non-members may attend ONE Write
Brain for free; additional Write Brain sessions are $10.00 each.

How to be a Pitch Perfect, Network Savvy, “Send-it-to-me” Star: Your Guide
to the Pikes Peak Writers Conference
with Pam McCutcheon and Ron Heimbecher

Attending the PPW Conference this April? Not sure how to approach editors
and agents? New at networking? Confused about what workshops are right for you?
Don’t miss this chance to hone your must-have conference skills! Our experts
will teach you how to pitch your novel, wow an editor on the elevator with
an amazing log line, and find your way around the many events and activities
with the greatest of ease. Join us at the April Write Brain and make PPWC
2009 your best conference ever!

Pam McCutcheon is the author of two nonfiction books for writers, 10 novels,
and two novellas under her own name, plus four fantasy short stories written
as Pamela Luzier and a young adult urban fantasy as Parker Blue. She has
taught at numerous writing workshops and conferences and has served on the board
of directors of three national and three local writing organizations. In
addition, she has judged and/or administered many writing contests and worked as
a freelance manuscript consultant. She is employed as an engineer at Fort
Carson and is working on more books in her Demon Underground series.

Ron Heimbecher owns ChaliceMedia LLC, specializing in emerging technology
publications across nearly 50 Web sites. Writing as Ron Chalice, he has
published an illustrated poetry collection and a suspense novella. In addition to
corporate and public sector management careers, he has been a
musician/composer, writer/director, and actor. Credits include situation comedy, long-running television ad campaigns, music videos, and leading roles in independent
films. Ron is currently president of Pikes Peak Writers.
that this does not commit you to attending, but does enable us to prepare
enough materials for expected attendees, and importantly, it gives us a way to
contact you if we have an emergency change to the Write Brain session, such as
a postponement due to weather. We will make every attempt to post changes
to the PPW yahoo loop and the website, but to be ensured of notification you
must RSVP to rsvp[AT]pikespeakwriters.com
Pikes Peak: http://www.pikespeakwriters.com


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